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We strive to strengthen and support families and communities in Dartmouth North through programs and services at our two dedicated sites: Dartmouth Family Centre and Dartmouth North Community Food Centre

Six Primrose is a feature documentary following the lives of five individuals connected to the Dartmouth North Community Food Centre. A Dartmouth reception and screening of the film is scheduled for Thursday November 8th at 6 pm (screening at 7pm) at Alderney Landing Theatre. Tickets are available online and a waitlist is being kept. Read more on our blog.


Read about our impact in our 2017/18 Annual Report >

95% of parents have gained confidence in their ability to care for their children.

 “We are all comfortable [at the Family Centre]. When we walk in, people are so friendly. Finally, we feel part of a community. ”  Read more about April's Story>

“We are all comfortable [at the Family Centre]. When we walk in, people are so friendly. Finally, we feel part of a community. ” Read more about April's Story>

 Like Carolyn, almost half of the people who volunteer at the Community Food Centre also participate in its programs. And for most the chance to connect with others is as important as the good food.  Read Carolyn's story>

Like Carolyn, almost half of the people who volunteer at the Community Food Centre also participate in its programs. And for most the chance to connect with others is as important as the good food. Read Carolyn's story>

99% of people feel they belong to a community at Dartmouth North Community Food Centre.